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Serviced office space to rent in Kent

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Kent Science Park Broadoak Ro...

Serviced offices from £135

Nexus House 19-21 Albion Place...

Serviced offices from £90

Kestrel & Knightrider House K...

Office space from £485

Castle Road, Sittingbourne, Ke...

Serviced offices from £435

St Faiths Street, Maidstone, K...

Serviced offices from £100

6-87 Revenge Road, Chatham, ME5

Serviced offices from £130

Castle View, Maidstone, Kent, ...

Office space from £109

Watson House St Leonards Road,...

Office space from £300

42 New Road, Kent, ME20

Serviced offices from £250

Balmoral Road, Gillingham, Ken...

Serviced offices from £80

Barham Court Teston, Maidston...

Serviced offices from £250

Maidstone Road, Rochester, Ken...

Office space from £140

The Joiners Shop, The Historic...

Serviced offices from £110

Beta House Laser Quay, Culpepe...

Office space from £150

Eureka Park Lower Pemberton, ...

Serviced offices from £149

Ground Floor, 26 Kings Hill Av...

Serviced offices from £160

Kings Hill, West Malling, Kent...

Serviced offices from £285

Letraset Building Wotton Road...

Serviced offices from £120

The Panorama, Park Street, Ash...

Office space from £160

Stone Street, Cranbrook, TN17

Serviced offices from £75

1 Albert Street, Whitstable, CT5

Serviced offices from £300

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Serviced Offices Kent

With its abundance of orchards and hop gardens, Kent is traditionally known as "The Garden of England" – a name often applied when marketing the county or its produce. Large parts of Kent are within the London commuter belt. South and East Kent rely on tourism and agriculture.
Kent is the main area for hazelnut production in the UK, although in recent years, there has been a significant drop in agriculture, and industry and services are increasing the in the area. North Kent is heavily industrialised with cement-making at Northfleet and Cuxton, brickmaking at Sittingbourne, shipbuilding on the Medway and in Swale and engineering and aircraft design and construction at Rochester and oil refining at Grain.
The west of the county (including Maidstone, Tunbridge Wells & Sevenoaks) is generally more affluent than the east, especially when compared to the coastal regions of Folkestone, Dover & Thanet. This is partly due to the former's proximity to London, making it a prime "commuter belt" area and an ideal base for your serviced office in Kent. The HS1 rail service, using the high speed Channel Tunnel line brings coastal areas' travel times to London down to around an hour, encouraging regeneration in these areas.
France can be seen clearly in fine weather from Folkestone, and the iconic White Cliffs of Dover.

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